About Laser Nail Fungus Treatment at CNY Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery
Are you troubled by unsightly, thick and yellowed toenails? Until recently, toenail fungus was a difficult condition to treat. Now, ClearToe laser treatments can safely and effectively conquer this disfiguring condition. Dr. Deboni and Dr. Baum are among the few plastic surgeons in Syracuse, NY who offer this safe and effective treatment.
ClearToe uses laser energy to vaporize the pathogens embedded under the toenails that cause the fungus. The ClearToe laser light gently passes through the toenails, causing no damage to the nails or the surrounding skin. The treatment is relatively painless and requires no anesthetic and no downtime.
If you suffer from the embarrassment of toenail fungus, ClearToe laser treatment can help. Request a consultation online, or call our office in East Syracuse, New York, at 315.663.0112 to schedule an appointment. In addition to providing plastic surgery for Syracuse area patients, CNY Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery offers a full range of medical spa treatments.
Frequently Asked Questions About Toenail Fungus Treatment
What is laser nail fungus removal?
Laser treatment to remove nail fungus is safe and painless, using laser energy to vaporize the pathogens embedded under the toenails that cause the fungus. During the treatment, the laser light will gently pass through the toenail, causing no damage to the actual nail or surrounding skin.
How long does laser toenail fungus removal take?
Each ClearToe treatment takes less than 1 hour. We recommend 2 sessions, 6 weeks apart, to kill the fungus.
How soon will I see results?
On average, a toenail will replace itself every 6 to 9 months. Healthy new growth will be visible within the first 3 months.
What is the recovery time?
Following the laser treatment, you will be able to walk out of the office without any discomfort.
I’m ready to get rid of nail fungus. How do I get started?
It’s time to enjoy your nails again. To get started, simply schedule a consultation. You can request an appointment using our online form, or you can call our office at 315.663.0112.